Funny: The Needle Drop

  • In the I'm With You review, Anthony lets Cal Chuchesta "give some background information on the band":
    Cal: Thank you, Anthony. Uhh, the uhh, the band, the Red Hot Jalapeno Pepper is a uhh, super duper group. Rock, rock music, that's very funky, with a lot of bass...
    (Anthony sighs)
    Cal: Like dom dom dolom. And uhh, their first album came out befur Anthony was burn. And uhh, California.
    (Anthony, baffled, looks at the camera and claps sarcastically.)
  • Cal Chuchesta's brief stint working at MTV.
  • Oh dear god... his review of Filthy Frank's album Pink Guy. How? Well, Anthony's biggest complaint is that it wasn't offensive enough. Then he goes on and ramble about things that completely weren't on the album like 30 Rick Ross and a Beyonce feature and that the song "Kill Yourself" didn't make him want to kill himself.
  • Cal's song, "iwas throwin up (on a teusdeay)".
    "Get your butt to the store, and buy me a baby seal! Cuz that's...the deal! (Good rhyme!) Thanks! (You're welcome!)"
  • The start of the To Be Kind review. Cal is standing by a sign that spoils the review, letting the audience know that the album will get a 10/10. Anthony angrily demands that Cal cover up the sign, and Cal obliges by standing in front of it. He then stays there, even while he's talking to Anthony.
  • The start of the Government Plates review. While Anthony talks, Cal is grinning excitedly and holding up a piece of paper with "10/10" written on it. Anthony then states that he was feeling nothing more than a 6 on the record. Cut to Cal, with a mortified expression on his face, as the paper falls from his hands.
  • Anthony and Cal's cameo in FrankJavCee's "how to review an album". Anthony is watching a video of Frank reviewing his own album, and he is superimposed over a vinyl collection via green screen. Cal doesn't know what green screen is and repeatedly compliments the collection, even saying that Frank is "a better music man" than Anthony.
    Cal: Listen to 'em in the car...(cut to Anthony with a blank expression)...listen to 'em in the shower...
    Anthony: Or...outside.
    Cal: Listen to 'em out—
    Anthony: OUTSI
    (Smash Cut to Cal standing in the backyard shivering and holding a vinyl)
  • From Anthony's review of Death Grips' "Birds":